A little about Wildland Hydrology
The goal of Wildland Hydrology is to offer a series of training courses designed to provide "hands on" experience for those individuals working with rivers and their watersheds. Prerequisite courses will be presented through lectures and "on-the-ground" field experience. The overall intent is to develop a unique expertise through shared data, applied methodologies and project experiences to help meet the current challenges facing today's scientists. The offerings for 2007 will allow individuals to progress through a range of interrelated courses beginning with the fundamentals in "Applied
Fluvial Geomorphology" and continuing through the more complex "River Restoration and Natural Channel Design".
The short courses are designed for hydrologists, engineers, fisheries biologists, range management specialists, water resource planners, and other specialists involved
in water resource management and research; aquatic habitat assessment and improvement; river and water quality determination; cumulative impact assessment, evaluation of riparian ecosystems; and watershed
analysis. Individuals working with urban, agricultural and wildland watersheds also attend these courses.
The courses are held in various locations. Travel, lodging and conference site information will be included with your confirmation papers.